• 10/04/2013 (11:44:39 am)
  • Bob Mulrenin


Paul London has been one of the most recognizable names among the most ardent of wrestling fans for the better part of the past 15 years. Now, the "Intrepid Traveler" is making a stop in Pittsburgh, and is eager to spread his knowledge and experience to the next generation of hopeful superstars. London will b
e hosting the following two seminars -
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 7:00PM at the PWX Wrestleplex at 2125 Beacon Street in McKeesport, PA. Cost is $35. The seminar is open to pro wrestlers of all experience levels.

Friday, October 18, 2013 at 7 PM at the MEGA Pro Wrestling School at 1121 Tower Blvd. in Lorain, OH. Cost is $35 in advance, or $40 day of. The seminar is open to pro wrestlers of all experience levels.

Paul was one of the fastest-rising stars during what many call the modern "golden age" of independent wrestling in the early-mid 2000s. In his early-20s, Paul was courted by each of the top wrestling promotions - WWE, TNA Wrestling, and Ring of Honor. Paul was in such high demand - he didn't just compete in all three promotions in the same year... he once competed for all three promotions in the same WEEK! After signing with WWE, Paul moved on to a successful run in the Tag Team & Cruiserweight divisions, including the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Title reign (with Brian Kendrick) of any kind since the historic reign of Demolition in 1988-89. Today, Paul is frequently seen on Ring of Honor television, and wrestles regularly independently across the United States, including regular stops in Canada, Europe & Australia.

Paul now brings his vast knowledge and world-traveled experience to you, covering such topics as: singles as well as tag team psychology, match structure, self-marketing and how to get seen & get yourself noticed, and much more. Paul London has seen and done it all and now will show you how to do the same!

To reserve your spot...

Wednesday, October 16 - McKeesport, PA - Confirm your spot by paying with the PayPal button at this link : OCTOBER_16_.

For more information, please e-mail [email protected]

Friday, October 18 - Lorain, OH - Send $35 via PayPal to [email protected] For more information, please email [email protected]


Welcome back to The Justin Credible Report We have a lot to talk about, so lets jump in. First I want to apologize for being a bit behind schedule. I had a long weekend on the road, and Sunday I went to see my favorite band in concert, 30 Seconds to Mars. Great show! I got to meet the band, Jared Leto, Shannon Leto, and Tomo. Thanks for your hospitality. Cool guys.

Now let’s talk pro wrestling. Los Matadores made their long awaited debut on Raw, and all I can say is WOW. I don’t mean it in a good way either. Los Matadores look like Aldo Montoya, and Mantaur had kids. I would love to be a fly on the wall during that creative meeting. I mean really guys a mini bull. What did these poor guys do to deserve that. It’s like I was back in WWF, in 1995.

You remember that great year in the WWF. The year that brought you unforgettable characters like Mantaur, The Goon, Sparky Plug, and yours truly Aldo Montoya. I know it’s for the kids, but even my 6 year old thought it was silly. It scares me to think that is where they are headed with the WWE characters.

I really enjoyed the Rhodes family segment. You know that the comments made by HHH that Dusty couldn’t make it outside of Florida, and the NWA, had to sting. The beatdown by the Shield left them with a ton of heat. Dusty still can play the sympathetic babyface role. The crowd really booed the Shield, and it’s good that they are putting heat on the heels.

Daniel Bryan and the Randy Orton saga continued this week. It’s about time that the focus has been switched to the 2 participants, not just HHH stacking the odds against Bryan. Randy was in viper mode, and destroyed Bryan. During the beating Brie Bella came down to ringside. She really needs to take some acting classes, because instead of adding to the drama, for this viewer, it took away. Her yelling “please stop” was horrible. Anyway I’m glad that they closed the show with the heel getting his heat heading into Battleground PPV.

Speaking of the PPV. WWE did a poor job pushing the PPV to their fans. October is a tough, because they have 2 PPVs in the month. They need to make it feel like a must see event. If they want me to pony up the $50 bucks they have to do a better job. Instead the build feels like it’s a little more than a glorified Raw. Don’t worry if it doesn’t draw. They will just say “we were right, Daniel Bryan can’t draw”.

This past Saturday, I went back to my old stomping grounds of Queens, NY for FTW wrestling. It was only 1 block away from the original Elks Lodge, ECW’s Madhouse of Extreme. I had a hard hitting match against Jossef Von Shcmidt, and won my 2nd title the FTW wrestling championship. I love wrestling in NYC, and it reminded me of the good old days of ECW.

This week on Pro Wrestling 101 I interviewed ROH wrestler Brutal Bob Evans. Bob was the first guy who booked me to wrestle here in the U.S. He really went deep in this episode. Probably the most informative episode we have ever done. If you are an Indy wrestler, don’t miss it.




Short Sleeve Sampson, one of wrestling’s most recognizable ‘Midget’ wrestlers and star of Hulk Hogans Micro Championship Wrestling announced in September that he would embark on a 40 city Farewell Retirement tour beginning in October. Sampson, who turned 40 last month, will be transitioning from wrestling into film and TV projects.


As of today, Short Sleeve Sampson has 10 open spots remaining for promoters who would like to book him for his 'Midget Time Farewell Tour. In less than 3 weeks, promoters from around the country and Canada have booked 30 of the 40 dates. 


Sampson has had an amazing wrestling career appearing many times as himself as well as portraying several WWE parody characters on WWE RAW and WWE Smackdown. He has also appeared on several occasions for the Nashville based TNA. His career has also reached into TV and sitcoms appearing on shows such as Jerry Springer and NBC’s ‘Here & Now’ as well as ABC’s the Family Channel. Sampson has been featured on several documentaries for CMT, History Channel, the Travel channel, A&E Network, and this fall he will be on National Geographic International. He has also done promotional work for Fox's Childs Play Movie and Universal Studio's Despicable Me appearing in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.


Short Sleeve Sampson has become by far one of the most loved and recognizable Midget wrestlers in the world. If you would like to book Short Sleeve Sampson’s Migdet Time Farewell Retirement Tour for your event, promoters are advised to contact immediately. You may contact him direct through his email at [email protected] or thru his official facebook fan page


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